1814 - 43rd and 52nd - The Light Divison - engaged in pursuit of the French after Orthes.
1918 – 2nd Bn OXF & BUCKS LI – METZ-EN-COUTURE.
2nd Lieut. J. W. Bennett proceeded to England for tour of duty of 6 months.
The 1914 Star Ribbon was received and issued on parade by the Commanding Officer to 70 of all ranks. About 30 all ranks above this number were from various causes not on parade.
According to notification received during the month Lt N G Clarke was Struck off Strength of the Regiment in the Field.
1918 –1/1st Buckinghamshire Battalion - IL MONTELLO
Fairly Quiet Day.
A certain amount of shelling distributed over the area.
Coys worked on improving dugouts etc.
Bn HQers Immediately EAST of Road 4 500 yards N of Track A
A Coy EAST of Bn HQrs 500 yards N of Track A
C Coy EAST of Road 3 500 yards N of Track A
B Coy 200 yards WEST of Road 2 700 yards N of Track A
D Coy 200 yards WEST of Road 2 700 yards N of Track A
Cloudy Day with a little rain in the Evening.
Ration Strength: 36 Officers 817 OR. Casualties: NIL.
1945 – 1st Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – North West Europe
On the 28th the Regiment was relieved by the 1st Highland Light Infantry.
1945 – 2nd Bn Oxf & Bucks LI – Arrived at BULFORD (from Operations connected with the Ardennes Offensive)
1959 – 1st Green Jackets (43rd & 52nd) – “The last men of the last Draft to be trained at Cowley Barracks joined the Regiment”